The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College will collaborate on two events sponsored by the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace.
Bruno Harden-Cooper (left), Rio Grande Valley coordinator for the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace, speaks about the importance of the collaboration between UT Brownsville and Texas Southmost College for the embassy’s “Traces to Remember” and International Blood Marathon programs. Harden-Cooper made the remarks during a news conference Tuesday in the TSC Arts Center. Also speaking were (from left) Frank Esparza, director of United Blood Services; William R. Fannin, UT Brownsville president at interim; and Marti Flores, TSC vice president for instruction.
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry announces the creation of a state-of-the-art Ebola treatment and infectious disease bio containment facility in North Texas during a news conference today in Dallas.
DALLAS--Texas will create containment facilities in North Texas and Galveston to treat any future Ebola patients.
Phillip Martinez, Student Government Association vice president of administration, presents resolutions seeking funds for the Dean’s Luncheon and for Beta Rho Omicron’s breast cancer awareness fundraiser during the Oct. 17 SGA meeting.
The Student Government Association has approved the allocation of funds for a luncheon with UT Brownsville’s deans and a fraternity’s Breast Cancer Awareness fundraising event.
Unless you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for the Ebola virus or have traveled to Africa in recent months, you don’t need to worry about contracting the disease, local health officials say.
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Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas staff line the drive that exits the emergency room as they wait for an ambulance carrying Nina Pham to depart today in Dallas. Pham, a nurse at the hospital, was diagnosed with the Ebola virus after caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of the same virus.